- Alcohol %: 13%
- Decant Time: 2 hours
- Taste: ripe dark berries, cassis, chocolatey, meaty, spicy, red fruit, blackcurrants, toasted notes, mineral, salty
- Food Matching: grilled red meats, roast lamb, mature cheeses, dark chocolate desserts
- Grape Variety: Cabernet Sauvignon : 70%, Merlot : 28%, Cabernet Franc : 2%,
This 2006 vintage from the esteemed Pauillac appellation is a testament to the grandeur of Bordeaux's winemaking tradition. The wine presents a deep garnet hue, with a nose that seduces with its blend of spices and red fruits, including redcurrants and blackcurrants, complemented by a subtle woodiness and lightly toasted notes. The palate is greeted with a fleshy attack, revealing structured tannins that promise longevity. A mineral, salty finish with lively freshness ensures a lasting impression. Decanting for at least two hours is recommended to fully appreciate the wine's complexity.